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Another season, another press release from a pest-control association warning us that bedbugs are baaack in the United States! (We can’t think what they have to stand to gain by reminding us of this.) Bedbugs are more common than they used to be:...
Tags: Dog (animal), Nature, Family
Bedbugs combine all of the bloodsucking annoyance of mosquitoes with the survival instinct of cockroaches. No bigger than apple seeds, the adult bugs hide in ingenious places — inside electrical outlets, behind baseboards, deep in carpet fibers ...
Los Angeles Times Travel editorQuestion: We are planning a trip to New York City next summer. Is there a list of bedbug-free hotels? How can we protect ourselves? S. Penza, Camarillo Answer: Bedbugs have become such an issue that several websites have sprung up to help travelers...
Tags: Politics, Insomnia, Nature, Stress, Hotels and Accommodations
Fish and Game Q&A: Are there restrictions for using live and/or dead birds in training my dog to retrieve?OutpostsIn support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: I am currently training my dog to......
All The RageThis whole New York City bedbug thing seems to have legs, and the little critters are cropping up all over the pop-culture landscape these days -- most recently in an episode of HBO's "Bored to Death." Before that, they invaded......
Culture MonsterLegal saga: The trial of former Getty Museum antiquities curator Marion True ended Wednesday in Rome when judges ruled that the statute of limitations had expired on criminal charges that she had conspired to traffic in looted art. (Los Angeles......
Monster Mash: Lincoln Center's bedbug problem worsens, court rules in favor of Boston's Museum of Fine ArtsCulture MonsterCreepy crawly: Bedbugs at Lincoln Center have also been found at the Metropolitan Opera, in addition to the David H. Koch Theater. (My Fox New York) Case closed: A court in Boston has ruled that the Museum of Fine Arts......
L.A. at HomeThe red palm weevil, an insect widely considered to be the biggest threat to palm trees worldwide, has been discovered in Laguna Beach â the first time the Southeast Asian pest has been detected in the United States. The discovery......
L.A. NOWNew Yorkers aren't the only ones coping with creepy, crawly bloodsuckers. Bedbugs have turned up in the Golden Triangle retail district of Beverly Hills and inside homes and apartments in more than two dozen local communities. "It's really all over......
GreenspaceThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finalized designation of 98,366 acres of critical habitat needed by the endangered arroyo toad to fulfill all of its complex life-cycle stages: flowing water, sandy banks and chaparral. The USFWS also designated 2,...
Brand XCharlie Sheen's Today Show Hubris: Actor Charlie Sheen appeared on NBC's "Today Show" this morning. According to the interview, Sheen has two girlfriends he calls "The Goddesses", wants $3 million per episode to continue on the CBS comedy "Three and a...
L.A. NOWA 40-year-old Alpine man was taken to a hospital after he was attacked by swarm of "killer bees," according to a report by KSWB-TV. The man suffered an allergic reaction after he was stung about 10 times while doing landscaping......
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